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Right in the heart of Chiang Mai town is this old historic gate. Evening time is the best during summer. Good place to hand out and catch the local vibe. There are chances of catching a local music performance just outside. You can cross over...More
There is just nothing to see here. Some people make selfie, just because they already came here:) So... just small square surrounded by highways, so you can smell a lot of gas here...
Brick wall - is it something to see?? They pretend it ancient...More
This gate is really a restored brick wall with 2 huge wooden doors its about 100 yards long or so and has a small park there.It is really a photo op place for tourists and not much more,usually nothing there exept people walking through.I was...More
Basically, it is a big wall (just like any other wall) with stalls selling traditional Thailand foods, crafts. There were also some traditional performance when we went there on a Sunday. Very crowded but you can find many things like food, souvenirs and others here....More
A must go in chiangmai. It's almost like a meeting point for all. U will see ppl taking cardboard to get the flock of pigeons to fly while attempting to take the best ig shot.. I find myself desperately trying to run away from all...More
When you hear the history of the ‘old city’ and understand the importance of these ‘gates’ it makes them even more spectacular. Tha Phae Gate is also the ‘go to venue’ during Song Kran also - it is surrounded by a huge festival and markets...More
This is the most typical meeting spot, and the ultimate point of reference for the city. Some people say Chiang Mai does not have a museum because the entire city is a museum, and this is a good example.
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We walked past this gate several times during our week in Chiang Mai. The walk around the gates and the old wall is excellent, allow at least two hours because there is plenty to see as you walk around. When we were in Chiang Mai,...More
The Tha Phae Gate has its origins in the 13th century, when the province acted as the capital of the Lanna Kingdom, which became part of Thailand much later. The gate is some of what remains of the wall that used to protect the city...More